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Eligibility

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Indigenous in Music and Arts (IIMA) is seeking Indigenous artists to exhibit in our on-line Virtual Gallery.  Three artists will be selected to have a solo exhibition of 10-15 pieces for a 10-week period to both show and sell their artwork.

Eligibility:

  • Work of all mediums may be submitted.
  • Artist must meet requirements of the Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990.
  • There is no fee to apply.

Submission Requirements:

  • Artist Biography – up to 200 – 300 words.
  • Artist Statement – up to 200 – 300 words.
  • 4 High-resolution photos or videos of work to be exhibited.
  • Images can be emailed to [email protected] or burned onto a CD and mailed to IIMA (CD will not be returned).
  • CDs must be labeled (with a permanent marker): Artist Name, Date, Tribe, and Medium

Notification of Acceptance:

  • Applications are accepted on a rolling basis for future shows past deadline date.
  • Applications will be reviewed for the following year.

Accepted Artists:

If selected to exhibit in our Virtual Gallery, the following is a list of what can be expected between the IIMA and the selected artist.

The Indigenous in Music and Arts will provide:

  • Collaboration on curation and installation.
  • Marketing and promotions for the exhibit.
  • Collaboration opportunity with IIMA to produce and sell merchandise.
  • Announcements on our radio program.

The Artist Will Provide:

  • Artist bio, statement, high-def photos of the artwork that can be used for on-line exhibit, invitations, and marketing content.
  • Provide title, dimension, medium, framed or unframed and price.
  • Communication with IIMA staff on installation.

Download our EZ Application form

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